Hi there, (put 'National Burger Day' somewhere near the top for SEO purposes) remember the B-52's 1989 hit single Love Shack? Of course you do, you wild party animal. Well, see below, I've composed a new version. I'm headin' down the Smallbrook Queensway Lookin' for the meat getaway Headed for the meat getaway I got … Continue reading Review: Meat Shack
When someone says let's go and eat at 'Dirty Bones', the first thing that comes to mind is of course Richard III.
After our incredibly successful review of We Serve Humans at the Jackdaw and Star (over ****** potential impressions on Twitter achieved and a healthy ****** blog views reached – get in touch to find out the numbers behind the stars) it wasn’t a big surprise to hear from the marketing guys at the Star pubs … Continue reading Review: Yeah! Burger
I've seen Jason Atherton on Saturday Kitchen quite a few times, he wears tight t-shirts in that: "Yeah, I'm a middle aged man, but sure, I look after myself." kind of way.
Augustus loved tapas so much that he actually used to spell his name 'Prince Augustus Frederack' just so he could say his name contained all the letters that make up the word 'tapas'.
The Chinese New Year is the perfect time of year to indulge in the cuisine of the Chinese. The Chinese are famed for making all sorts of food - rice, dumplings and noodles to name just a few. During Chinese New Year celebrations it's traditional to eat fish as it's considered to be a lucky … Continue reading Review: Duck and Rice – London
A review of Foxlow Chiswick.
“There are only so many London restaurants, we don't want to run out before our domain registration, http://www.foodieboys.com, expires.” Tony sighed. “Too true, perhaps we should go and review some places in Kent. After all, Kent is much like London. They have similar accents, for example.” “I was thinking the exact same thing.” And so … Continue reading FoodieBoys food tour of Kent #LongRead
To celebrate Easter 2016 I decided to take a trip to Devon, as Jesus might have done had he been born in Birmingham rather than Bethlehem. On the Friday I decided to celebrate the death of the big JC by eating his favourite meal – fish, chips and curry sauce. I settled on the Dartmouth … Continue reading Review: Rockfish (Dartmouth)
As some of you may remember, towards the end of last year Tony took an ill-fated business trip to Sydney to scope out the viability of starting a food blog in Australia. It was ill-fated for two reasons: 1) I got food poisoning on the first night of a week long trip to the other … Continue reading Review: William Blue College of Hospitality Management (Sydney)